I'm going to say sorry up front, because what follows might come across as me being a smart ass..so, with that said..
Basically there's no swift or quick way to "get that sound"..you're going to have to put in the time learning the basics of sound production..and, hopefully, after "tinkering around in Ableton for around 6 months" and given you've "followed quite a few tutorials and have a basic understanding of production", you should at least have worked out how to use EQ/Compression/Reverb, etc..
I suggest you try deconstructing the tracks above..if you haven't done so already..and try it again, if you have, in order to understand the various parts and elements that went into making them. If you don't do this at the very least, then how will you ever learn how to do it yourself..nobody is going to do it for you.
Listen to how the tracks are structured..what instruments as used and how they are used together throughout the tracks. Pay attention to the structure of the tracks..how do they develop and what "tricks" are used to move each track along to their end? What FX are used on the tracks? How are these FX used and in which order?
There's obviously more to it than this, but what I've said above should give you enough to get your started. There's really no point trying to do any serious mixing or producing until you've done what I've suggested..otherwise you're just going to become bogged down and pissed off at not moving forward as much as you would like to..
Read as many posts on here as you can, as there's a lot of stuff posted up on here that you'll find useful..and keep asking questions..no matter how dumb you might think they are..somebody will help you if they can.
Best of luck and I hope to see more of you on here in future.